|Lot Size||1,028 acres|
|Neighborhood||Black and Pee Dee Rivers|
Wee Haw Plantation is a beautiful riverfront plantation located near the historic seaport of Georgetown, South Carolina. The plantation is only a few minutes from downtown Georgetown at the confluence of the Black and Pee Dee Rivers which flow into Winyah Bay. Wee Haw consists of 1028.6 acres with substantial improvements, all in excellent condition. The two-story owner’s house is situated on the waterfront in a grove of huge live oaks. You can literally catch fish out of the back door. Brick walkways underneath the oaks wind through a centuries-old camellia garden to a cottage nearby with exercise rooms and changing areas. Across an open pasture and vineyard is a state-of-the-art greenhouse and the plantation headquarters with an office, shop, and equipment sheds. The stable is an eyecatcher. The beautifully designed structure has six stalls, feed and tack rooms, an equestrian’s lounge, groomsmen’s area and a roof accented by a clock and bell tower. A wonderful feature of Wee Haw is the layout of the property. The houses, gardens, fields, pastures and all improvements are located in the middle of property surrounded by woods and rice fields. Visitors travel from Wee Haw’s entrance gates down two miles of a private road to find themselves in a beautiful world of their own.